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Get Inspired: your canvas paint it or your teeth, gums, tongue.. brush & visit for servicing
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"With Atman as inspiration, I hope and pray we'll make unconventional solutions possible one day. Share your ideas; if added with credit, someone might pick it up and proceed. It's alright if someone has already thought of something, or if it's in the literature. Get those happy, creative juices flowing; one idea might change the working world or your life. I don't wish to patent because I want everyone to love, start, share, care, and, if they wish, build, sell, profit, and mutually enjoy, honestly and help beneficially, and be happy."
Botany Mother's Nature
"Is there a code within a seed such that, in a conducive environment, it grows like the brain does, even if teeth cannot crack the nut, much like a skull?" Inside a seed, you'll typically find the following components:
1. **Embryo:** This is the baby plant in its earliest stage. It contains the essential parts that will eventually grow into a mature plant. The embryo consists of the radicle (the embryonic root), the plumule (the embryonic shoot), and one or two cotyledons (seed leaves).
2. **Endosperm:** In many seeds, there is a tissue called the endosperm, which serves as a source of stored nutrients. It provides essential nutrients to the developing embryo as it germinates.
3. **Seed Coat:** The seed coat is the protective outer covering of the seed. It helps shield the embryo and its stored nutrients from damage, dehydration, and external threats.
These components work together to ensure the survival and growth of the plant. When conditions are favorable, the seed will germinate, and the embryo will develop into a new plant. The stored nutrients in the endosperm provide the initial nourishment for the growing plant until it can establish itself and start obtaining nutrients from its environment through its roots and leaves. I strongly believe that exploring the properties of mother's milk and dahi could be crucial in addressing antibiotic resistance. Especially in the first few days, these substances might carry unique immunity components passed down through generations. Dahi (yogurt) and mother's milk can both play roles in oral health and development:
1. **Dahi (Yogurt):** Yogurt is a dairy product that contains beneficial bacteria known as probiotics. These probiotics can be helpful for oral health because they promote a healthy balance of bacteria in the mouth. This can potentially reduce the growth of harmful bacteria that lead to tooth decay and gum disease. However, it's important to choose yogurt with no added sugars or artificial flavors for the best oral health benefits.
2. **Mother's Milk:** Breast milk is the ideal source of nutrition for infants, and it offers several benefits for oral development and overall health. The act of breastfeeding involves a natural sucking motion that can help with oral muscle development, which is important for speech and swallowing. Additionally, breast milk contains antibodies that can help protect against infections, including oral infections.
In the first few days of life, colostrum, which is the initial milk produced by the mother, provides essential nutrients and antibodies for the baby. It also helps with early feeding and swallowing reflexes, promoting healthy oral development.
It's worth noting that while dahi and mother's milk can contribute to oral health and development, good oral hygiene practices, such as regular dental check-ups, proper brushing and flossing, and a balanced diet, are also crucial for maintaining healthy teeth and gums throughout one's life.
"Does the clinic have a water filtration system where water vapor is heated and then cooled, delivered through pipelines, using sea or ocean water to flush waste down the spittoon?
"Share your resources, and we'll build this new waterway system, marking a new evolution that leads us to observe nature to find our solutions. It's like the thought of creative seeds being dropped in the brain."
"How I thought of this is obvious: nature. Water evaporates from rivers and oceans, condenses, becomes groundwater, and we source it. So, instead, we follow nature's example and source it in the same creative way that billions or eons of years of evolution have figured out is the best."
The simplest solution for the mind, body, and nature after every meal is to pick up your glass of water, take a big sip, excuse yourself first and nicely, swish the water in your mouth in all corners, and swallow. That's it! Water, not waster, and without any particles stuck in your teeth or gums. Stay happy!
Count the number of people and divide the water equally among two states where's the rocket science for fairness to the truth no Artificial boundaries
and for industry the bonus for the number of people its supporting out off its production some use more some less based on value provided
Can photon particles transfer energy wirelessly within our operating systems? Love speaks through telepathy, seeing ants like photons. How do we sense and communicate with each fallen food morsels instead of reaching the mouth? Red thread, dark matter! Love heals; surround each loved one in the clinic with love in our clinic.
Ants communicate fallen food morsels and with each other primarily through the use of chemical signals called pheromones, as well as physical interactions. Here's a more detailed explanation:
1. **Pheromones:** Ants release pheromones, which are chemical signals, to communicate with each other. When an ant finds a food source, it will typically release a trail of pheromones as it returns to the nest. This trail of pheromones acts as a guide for other ants to follow, leading them directly to the food source. The intensity of the pheromone trail can indicate the quality and quantity of the food, helping other ants gauge whether it's worth the effort to retrieve the fallen morsels.
2. **Tactile Communication:** Ants also use physical contact to communicate. They can touch and interact with each other using their antennae and even exchange food through mouth-to-mouth trophallaxis. When an ant has found a fallen morsel, it may communicate its discovery to other ants in the vicinity through touch and chemical signals.
3. **Vibrations:** Some ant species are known to communicate through vibrations or drumming. They create vibrations on the substrate to signal to other ants. For example, if they discover a large food source, they might produce vibrations to call for more workers.
4. **Visual and Auditory Cues:** While pheromones and physical contact are the primary means of communication for ants, some species can also perceive and respond to visual and auditory cues to a limited extent. However, their vision and hearing are not highly developed compared to their chemical communication.
In summary, ants have a sophisticated system of communication involving chemical signals (pheromones), tactile interactions, vibrations, and in some cases, limited use of visual and auditory cues to coordinate tasks such as retrieving fallen food morsels and maintaining their colony's functioning. 01 cell-to-cell change to light honestly, thanks for your prayers. I hope for tele-dentistry, telephonic teleportation, and a happy, helpful attitude for humble insights.